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American Indian a member of any of the native peoples of North America, Central America, South America, or the West Indies, except for Eskimos. American Indians are also called Native Americans.
Apache a member of a North American Indian people living mostly in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.
Creek a member of a group of American Indian peoples formed from groups who lived in Alabama and Georgia, but are now mostly in Oklahoma.
Erie a member of an American Indian people that lived in the region south of this lake. [1/2 definitions]
Hopi a member of a tribe of Pueblo American Indians of northeastern Arizona.
Indian a member of the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere, or a living relative of such a person. The only native peoples who are not included among Indians are the Inuits, Aleuts, and Yupiks. Indians are also referred to as American Indians or Native Americans. [2/4 definitions]
Iroquois a member of a large, united group of American Indian peoples of New York State. The Iroquois confederacy is made up of six different Indian nations.
medicine man a person who heals, or is thought to have spiritual powers, among North American Indians and some other peoples.
moccasin a soft leather shoe or slipper without a heel. Moccasins were first made and worn by American Indians.
Ojibwa a member of an American Indian people living around Lake Superior in the United States and Canada.
papoose a North American Indian baby or young child.
Seminole a member of a North American Indian people that now live mostly in Florida and Oklahoma.
tepee a tent shaped like a cone and made with skins or bark. Tepees were used by some North American Indian peoples who lived on the plains.
wampum white and dark beads made from polished shells. Some American Indian peoples used wampum as money or decoration.